6. Think through your practice schedule in advance
In traditional retreats, participants have a set routine for the entire day. Keep that in mind when planning your retreat at home. Consider activities that will fill your day, such as yoga and meditation in the morning, then breakfast and free time, then meditation practice, reading, dinner, evening mantra chanting, warm bath, and bedtime.
Your retreat flow is the key to your inner work and transformation. Each practice should be carefully planned to deepen your experience and work with your intention from a different perspective. Step by step, from practice to practice you can unveil new layers within yourself and connect to yourself on a deeper level. Here you can find pre-set guided retreat flows to support your at-home practice.
These programs include yoga, mantra chanting, breathwork, dance therapy, journaling, sound healing, and more.7. Make your at-home retreats a regular practice
Meditation is the main practice for connecting with your inner source of wisdom. It allows you to relax, calm your mind and increase your awareness. Regular retreats are a great way to realign the internal navigation system that will lead you to your highest potential. They are also critical to your mental health and well-being.